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INDEX

D-Cont
58
Absent -Minded Me
87
According To The Moonlight
334
Across The Universe
2
Adios. .
147
Airport Love Theme
All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart ... 75
271
All For The Love Of Sunshine
137
And So Goodbye My Love
82
An Occasional Man
355
An Ordinary Couple
29
Anytime At All
351
Are You Ready, Gyp Watson?
Around The World
357
175
Autumn In Rome
Autumn Serendade
192
8

Baby, Talk To Me
Ballad Of The Alamo
Belle Of The Ball
Be Mine Tonight
Black Magic Woman
Boomps-A-Daisy
Breathless
Broken-Hearted Melody...
Bumming Around
Bycycle Built For Two, A

370
84
255
46
14
299
198
389
218

Don't Let The Rain Fall Down On Me


Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree
Door Is Still Open To My Heart, The
Dreamland Brings Mem'ries Of You

310
190
33
167

El Cumbanchero
Estrellita
Everybody's Doin' It Now
Every Night
Every Once In A While

339
314
141
277
362

Fair Warning
Far From The Madding Crowd
Feelin'
Flirtation Walk
Follow Me
Fool Like Me, A
Fool Of Fools
Fool That I Am
For Mama (La Mamma)
Forty Second Street
Four Walls

360
183
306
112
374
174
224
212
54
126
386

G
C

Ca, C est L amour

Can't Buy Me Love


Carelessly
Chattanooga Choo Choo
C'Mon Marianne
Coco
Come Dance With Me
Comes Love
Congradulations To Someone
Crazy Love
Crying For You
Cumana

354
231
74
128
268
279
290
38
62
384
205
146

Daisy Bell.
Delaware
(Denver

Dig A Pony
Dinner For One Please James
Do It The Hard Way
Don't Keep Me Hangin' On

Gay Rancher, A
Georgia Moonlight
Gift Of Love, The
Give A Little Whistle
Give Me The Simple Life
Glad She's A Woman
Glad To Be Unhappy
God Bless The Child
Gold And Silver Waltz
Goodbye, My Coney Island Baby
Green Door, The
Green-Eyed Lady
Gypsy, The

11
140
296
378
284
258
259
237
303
315
216
16
179

H
3

382
195
330
1

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270

Half Your Heart


Handbag Is Not A Proper Mother, A
Happening, The
Have You Looked Into Your Heart
Hawaii
Hawaii Five 0
Heart

323
368
226
193
324
242
238

H-Cont
Heat Wave
Heaven Hekp Us All
Hello! - Ma Baby
Help Yourself
Hey, Look Me Over
High On A Windy Hill
.
Honey Come Back
Honeymoon Time
Hoop De Dingle
Hot As Sun
House I Live In, The
How To Handle A Woman

36
116
337
260
378
210
262
166
363
333
26
374

I Could Write A Book


I Don't Want To See Tomorrow
I Feel Pretty
If I Had My Druthers
If I Knew

349
47
351
350
372
213
Now
Me
Could
See
Friends
If My
206
In
Me
Believe
If You
219
Leave
Me
Ever
If You
298
If You Go
Do..
248
Better
To
Anything
I Haven't Got
362
I Know Your Kind
319
I'll Always Love You
365
I'll Be There
10
I'll Buy You A Star
371
I'll Never Say No
168
I'll Never Stop Loving You
322
I'll Paint You A Song
18
I'll Set My Love To Music
169
111 Wind
336
I Make A Fool Of Myself
204
I'm Coming Back To You
289
I'm Coming Home
49
.
I Must Have That Man
196
In An Old Dutch Garden
86
I Never Felt This Way Before
346
Irma La Douce
361
I Say Hello
390
I Should Care
50
Island In The Sun
354
It Must Be Me
352
It;s Good To Be Alive
353
It's You
275
I've Got A Feeling
63
I've Had This Feeling Before
J

Jewish Wedding Sont, The


Jubilation T. Compone
Just A Girl That Men Forget
Just A Prayer Away
Just As Much As Ever

307
350
67
389
8

Keep It Gay
Kids

182
367

Lamplighter's Serenade, The


Laugh Clown Laugh
Lazy Afternoon
Learning
Lemon
Lesson, The
Lets Get Lost
Life
Lilac Wine
Li'l Darlin'
Little Brown Jug, The
Little Did I Know
Little Tin Box
Little Woman
Lock Up Your Daughters
Lonely Goatherd, The
Loss Of Love
Lost
Lost In Loveliness
Love In A Home
Love Is All
Love Is Just Around The Corner
Lovely Lover
Love Me Tonight
Love So Fine
Lullaby Of The Rain
Luna Rossa

194
.321
217
177
177
6

.....88
136
34
214
165
65
373
286
364
356
230
366
92
348
90
55
364
246
287
313
282

M
Maggie Flynn.,
Magic Trumpet
Mangos
Man With A Horn, The
Marcheta
Marry Me! Marry Me!
Marta
Maybe I'm Amazed
Maybe Today
Miss America!
Missouri Waltz, The
Moonlight Gamblers
Moon Song
Mr. Clown
My Destiny
My Guy's Come Back
My Kind Of Love
My Little Corner Of The World
My Little Star
My Quiet Village
My Shy Violet

142
301
72
24
164
250
280
5

222
35
283
94
254
144
64
352
188
385
314
22
15

Namely You
Neon Rainbow
Next Step Is Love, The....
>Jice 'N' Easy
No More Songs For Me
Norwegian Wood
Now I Know

348
273
..120
....176
,

.60

342
311

Ob-La-Dl, Ob-La, Da
Oh-Oh, I'm Falling In Love Again
On A Slow Boat To China
One Day We Dance
One Last Kiss
One Morning In May
One O'clock Jump
Only Forever
Only Love Me
On The Street Of Regret
Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener,
The
Our Waltz

340
377
259
379
370
200
152
98
256
96
240
32

Fa Pa Was A Good Man


Pa-Paya Mama
)Patch It Up
Perfection
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Quizas,
Quizas, Quizas)
Place In The Sun, A
Playboy's Theme
Play It Again Sam
Porgy
Portrait Of Jennie, A
Practice Makes Perfect
Puppet Man
Purlie

130
61
132
366
42
264
220
244
21
257
100
122
118

Red Head
Red River Rose
Right Kind, The
Ring On The Finger
Ring, Telephone, Ring
Rosanne
Rose Love Joy Of Paradise Alley
Rose Room
Rosie
Rum And Coca - Cola

297
139
71
358
70
302
358
282
367
390

San Francisco Bay Blues


Save The Last Dance For Me
Sayonara
Say You're Mine Again
Send For Me
Separate Tables...
Seventh Dawn, The
She Didn't Say "Yes"
She Loves Me
Shiny Stockings
Sidewalk Blues
Simonetta
Singalong Junk
Slowly
Smile Away Each Rainy Day
Smiling Faces Sometimes
Snowbound
Soft Lights And Sweet Music
So Help Me
Somebody Bigger Than You And 1
Someday Soon
Something Wonderful Happens In Summer
Somewhere In Your Heart
Song From Desiree (We Meet Again)
Song Of Santa Vittoria
Song Of The Barefoot Contessa
Sonny Boy
Stairway To Paradise
Sugar Lips
Suicide Is Painless
Sunday In New York
Sunny Days, Starry Nights
Sunshine Of Your Love
Syncopated Clock, The

56
229
353
76
102
376
295
172
170
304
375
30
332
73
236
124
53
285
28
77
66
381
300
68
278
234
338
253
37
276
178
308
184
269

Talk To Me
Tell Me A Story
Ten Cents A Dance
Tennesse Bird Walk
Teresa
That South Carolina Jazz Dance
Theme From "East Of Eden"
Theme From "Ice Station Zebra"
Theme From "Shaft"
Theme From "The Eleventh Hour"
Theme From "The Proud Ones"
Thirty Days Hath September
This Time The Dreams On Me
Through The Years
Ticket To Ride
Tobacco Road

383
78
186
150
104
110
281
180
133
20
387
185
45
40
343
232

Y-Cont

T-Cont
79
52
....106
158
.....320

Too Much In Love


Top Hat, White Tie And Tails
Two In Love
Two O'clock Jump
2001 Space Odyssey Theme

U
23
48
272
108

Unchain My Heart
Under The Bridges Of Paris
Unicorn, The
Us On A Bus
V
Very Special Love, A

25

W
305
Wabash Cannon Ball
291
Watching The World Go By
202
Weary (Of Waiting For Your Song)
274
We Can Fly
293
We Could
225
We'll Build A Bungalow
114
We Will Alway Be In Love
266
My
Fancy
Takes
What
365
Begin?
Ravishing
The
Does
When
318
Behind
World
The
When I Leave
328
Four
When I'm Sixty
41
Tea
To
Sugar
When I Take My
44
Out
Comes
When The Sun
388
Where Are You
138
Where Are You Going My Love
208
The
Whisper Song,
335
A
Pale,
Whiter Shade Of
..380
Understand?
Why Don't They
369
Wicked Man, A
312
Love
Winter World Of
344
Friends
From
My
With A Little
309
Wolverton Mountain
252
Woman In Love, A..
Grimm,
Brothers
The
Of
Wonderful World
294
The
81
The
Know,
World I Used To

Y
316
You Better Go Now
12
You Don't Know What Love Is
228
Baby....
You Must Have Been A Beautiful
327
Young Girl
265
You're A Sweet Little Headache
233
You're My Thrill
325
You're Sensational

Your Song
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
You Wanted Someone To Play With
You Wonderful You

326
19
288
80

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Under The Bridges Of Paris


(SOUS LES PONTS DE PARIS)

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MUST HAVE THAT MAN


Music by

VorJl by
DOROTHY FIELDS

JIMMY McHUGH
G7

Don't want my mam-my,


C*

G7

'where

don't need a friend,.

end^

time that we meet,.


,E7

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list,

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man

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Pm

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C_

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need that per-son much worsen' Just bad,.


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me

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D7

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Fm

mant
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must have

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man

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he's

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Sun

The

In

Words and Music by HARRY BELAFONTE and LORD BURGESS

Slow .freely

This

is.

nay

In The Sun 'Where my peo-ple have

Is-LAND

toiled since time

A7

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a tempo
D
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LAND

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a sea

shores will al-ways be

home

to nu

A7

The Sun

-0

willed

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me-

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my

fa-thers hand

VERSE

the heav-en on high


wo-raan on bend - ed knee

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I

lift
my heav - y load
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burn-ing

wa-ters

glow_
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the

fam-

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the

earth

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man

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ly

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THE SUN

willed

to

me_

by

my

fa-therfehand

hope the day will nev-er come thai

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let

me

mine car-ni

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Top Hat, White Tie And Tails


CHORUS
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out, my

dear,
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(La

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Mamma)

DON BLACK
ROBERT QALL

Music by

Original French Text by

Dm

Slow and poignantly

*id, "My

She

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And take my

place while Ira a

Dm

C7

way,_ And give the chil-dren

MM

How

say?

CHARLES AZNAVOUK

hard

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F
to

P
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Son,

me

love each day.'.l_

that you

will

stay,

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a

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me

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A7

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The fam-'ly's left
I

dl

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beg of you,.

p'

to - dsy
should have known

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still

my

this

are
wet
day would come

eyes

tell

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still

my -self
I

try

to
to

will

for

feel

so

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numb.

smile.

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sniile-

For

A7

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Ma

ma..

ma.

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will start
their lives

to lead,

The way she loved


know- Now I will watch

re-mem-ber- ing

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soon

It

hurt

to hear us
their chil-dren

there'll

so

be

much

an - oth
.

to

see

cr

spring

them go

sing. Her fav-'rite song A-vr M>grow. Ar.d hear a - gain A-vr Ma-

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The chil-dren
Then I .will

hv

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sow,

kept

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them

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li

Just

LEO ROBIN * LEWIS


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Around The Corner


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San Francisco Bay Blues


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got the

lin -er

way,

did - n't mean

her

to treat

think

I'm

j>on -

far

she's Rone so

and

so

the

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bati.

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my

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she

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co

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don't come back

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Words by

Music by

JULE STYNE

BOB MERE ILL


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los

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lust

me

like

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my
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me.

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way

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head

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the

of

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left

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it

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ny

As recorded by BARBRA STREISAND on Columbia LP Album CL-2409

(,0

No More Songs For Me


Lyric by

Music by

DAVID SHIRE and


RICHARD MALTBY, Jr.

DAVID SHIRE

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As recorded on RCA Victor by PERRY COMO

Bl,0M

PA

PA

Om(add9)

Words and Music by

GEORGE SANDLER,
LARRT COLEMAN
and NORMAN GIMBEL

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me.

for

MAMA

PA-PAYA

CHORUS

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the

Pearl of the deep blue sea, Tell your Pa

pa-

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pa- ya,_

You're

com - in' home with me

1.

My

PA -

sweet
2.
8.

VERSES

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PA

came
set

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to

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down

tie

danc-es bare

foot

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boo

skirt.

for

a
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bam

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and

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in

New

PA

live

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leans

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and her

PA-YA MA -MA took my


plant

pa -pa

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feet don't hurt.

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heart, a
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beans.

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ca

PA

PA

pa- pa

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moon

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time_ to
love you

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so,

Pack

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we kiss- she hol-lers "Morel" "Morel" "Morel"


we kiss- she hol-lers "Nol" "No!" "Nol"
a sack- and we will go,
go,
go.

PA?

63

To Someone

Congratulations
Lyric by

Music by

ROY ALFRED

AL FRISCH

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(with

muck frtlUp

CON-GRAT-UL-A-TIONS TO SOME-ONE
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CON-GRATULATIONSTO

Pve Had This Feeling Before


(But Never Like This)
Words and Music by

SAM

for Guitar Ate.)

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JERRY LIVINGSTON

MACK DAVID

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mine can ner-er


B4

frank Sinatra (1943)

Lyric

Did I Know

Little

Music by

ABNER SILVER

NICK KENNY and


CHAS. KENNY
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Fm7

Bbm7 Bb7 Kb

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Bb7

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a tempo

LIT-TLE DID

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76

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Words and Music by

CHARLES NATHAN
and DAVE HEISLER

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sun will nev-er


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From

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BILLY GRAHAM Picture "OIL TOWN, U.S.A."

Somebody Bigger Than You And

I
By JOHNNY LANGE
and

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Lyric by

"PINKY" TOMLIN

HARRY TOBIAS
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Words by

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Music by

Lyric by

JAMES

JOHNNY BURKE

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on your friend.

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ME,

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don't

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night,

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fret,

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raise

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Key of

(A-C)
Music by

Lyric

by

BABE RUSSIN

JACK HOFFMAN

Male Chorus

(Siotoiy)

M\

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from Ma- ry Jane can make my day com-plete.i


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some-bodshop-ping
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lit- tie smile

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dream

RE -

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of,

Female Chorus

TE-RE-SA, my

SA,

love.

love.

(Siouiy)
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83

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Why

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he

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does

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am
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that

she

my

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heart

chanc

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have him

to

have

him,

near

an

world

the

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looks at

for

my

beau?

to

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dance,

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are

might,

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one

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love.

lot.

TWO

IN LOVE
Words and Music By

MEREDITH WILLSON

CHORUS

ion.

Moderately with expression


F

F7

Bb

LOVE

can

face

IN

TWO

C7

Gm7

Fmai7

to

world

the

Cdim

Dm6

and

rock

too,

dar

C7

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TWO

F6

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C8

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at

ev -Ty cloud a

turn-

ble.

bove,

D7

can

For

Gm7

show them

we'll

ev- en

face the storm -y

can

Fdim

may

Cm6

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Gdim

LOVE

IN

Bb6

Bbm6

G7

groan and R rum- ble, Thrones may

TWO

ling,

er,

world

Gm7

may

D7

The

thru.

die

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rum- ble, crowds

weath-er,

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all

what

love

07

C7

F6

jou and

K6

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IN

)
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are

"Smmwur Wii"

Us On

Words by

Bus
Music by

TOT SEYMOUR

VEE LAWNHURST

Moderato

(RAy(Amically)

towns

on

tbe road-

map

So

pro -posed

and here

we

are

REFRAIN

Us
Us

on
on

a
a

bus
bus

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in'

on

we've

left

for
the

D7 D7-5

flow -ers
pret - ty

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the
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us
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on

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cov

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bus.

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in
in

one
one

the
tin'

seat
seat

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on
-

inj>

ev' - ry
at
the

/of.
D7-5

D7

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de - tour You
seen- *ry Here's a

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drinks and

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wheels With

it

in
in

two
two

For

pie

you

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be-sure
bean-'ry

how
ham

feels
rye

it

on

To
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seat,
seat.

one
one

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up
np

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Speed

the near-est thing toheav-enl


we send the folks a wire back

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down
down

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tire

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and my heart- 11 jump and thump


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bus.

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a
time to light the lamps And head for tour-ist camps Thats us
us
day the dri-ver calls "All out, Ni-ag-'ra Falls'* To

borne.

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hit- tin" six- ty

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bus.

bus.

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it's

the

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Music by
Lyric by

WRUBEL

ALLIE

MORT DIXON

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our

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of

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my

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out

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some
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you

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that

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lives for-

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From

the

"IOB

FOLLIES

In Love
of 1942"

Words and Music by

BOBBY WORTH and


STANLEY OOWAN
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its.

PURLIE

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Music

PETER UDELL

GARY
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out.

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bet-ter

moon don't rise to


spring don't spring to

light the

charm the

scratch -

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it

like

days

and

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in'

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me

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with you!

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THE NEXT STEP

Ho.

LOVE

IS

Words tmi Musit by

PAUL EVANS aU
PAUL PARNES

Moderately

Yes -

a had-

tor

owa

- day

of

has

lipped

way and

the

sun

la

wel-oom- log

the eve - ning

per -feet

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each
bare -fool thru the miit-y mead -owi. laugh-In' at
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la

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Love.

we

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love.

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HOWARD GREENFIELD
NEIL SEDAKA

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on

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Wind me

up

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let

me

go.

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crack -r - Jack

till

Pup-pet

the

crack

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dawn,

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you

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SMILING FACES SOMETIMES


Words and Music by

NORMAN WHITFIELD
BARRETT STRONG
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Forty Second Street


Words by

Music by

AL DUBIN

HARRY WARREN
Moderato

. H

Hm

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the

heart

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the

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HARRY WARREN

MACK GORDON
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Recorded by JOBRKJ CASE and The Evangel Temple Choir on COLUMBIA Records

GOOD MAN

PAPA WAS A

130.

TVordj tnd Music by

HAL BYNUM

Moderately slow

Of

*
/

I'll

J,

1
1

'f

rained

It

way to

the

all

Ma -ma

(tart

d talk

in'

Cm a

cin

bout

Dm7 G7

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Dm7

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Verse:

with our
and

nat - i,
Je sus,.

mat

tress

on

top

how our lives could be

of the
from now

Dm7

Cfdlm

tr
car;

Us

kids

on;

While

Pa

JTT3
Pa

Ma

on

pa kept

ma rocked

know

t
driv

the ba

the

Lord

in',

nev

oy

won't

in'

In

The

t
-

crack
used

stopped once

er
til)

let

all

at
a
her tears were

Sheaves,". "Rock

ers

and

ba

lo

tire

in

Co

lum

i.

Then

bar..

"A - maz -

Then we sang

Ag

es,

and

ney,
bus,

Of

it

Am

C_

Bring -ing

were eat
pa bought

Rock

To

Coda^C

Of

Ag

ing Grace"and

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cleft

for.

PLAY FOR RECITATION

0m7

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Dm7 G7

RECITATION
remember when Papa finally gave up drmkin':
I think Mama was the only one on earth that really thought he could;
I remember all the rimes we'd packed everything we owned.
Into some old car and started out for some new town.
And through it all Mama's faith was the one thing that was
Strong enough to finally do some good. (Chorus)
I

Coda

es.

cleft

for

mc.

RicoUU ij ELVIS PRESLEY em RCA RtaxJi

PATCH

IJZ.

UP

IT

Words and Music by

EDDIE RABBITT
and

RORY BOURKE

Moderately bright rock

2. (We've got

Patch

to)

It

ba - by, let's sweep out

Up,

all

cob-webs

the

in

our hearts

Dm

We've got
We've got

Patch
Patch

to
to

It

we

ba - by,
ba - by,

Up,
Up,

It

can't

let

be - fore

'H

in

touch the
good love

Let's go back and


let
a
Don't

one more night


let's

feel
feel

give

is
it

Just

all

one more

ask,_
try,

feel
feel

in'.
in'.

get

the

with that

it
it

heal
heal

in',

in',

feel
feel

time un < rav - el our dreams;.


-dif-frence pulls us a -part

past,.

die,_

that
that

old
old

inin'

Chorus:

We

can Patch

Ii

Up,

ba - by,

we can Patch

It

Up,

ba

we can

bv

Dm

love.

(Abas)

2.

We've got

to

We

can

From

the

Metro Goldxyn Mayer Motion Picture "SHAFT'

THEME FROM SHAFT

FmaJ9

By
ISAAC HAYES

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continued next page

Em

Lj

lj

FmajO

bad moth-er, (Shut your mouth!)

But I'm

talhin

He's a

a-bout Shaft.

com-pli-cat-ed man,

But

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Fmaj7

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KWW bj ELVIS PRESLEY on RCA Rttordi

yPoritmtfNMSithy

SHIRL MHJETE

be - fore the hu-man race,


long
emp - ty space,
In
Some-wbere out
day -light came from In the night,
of sight,
Crea - tares came fron. out
man a flaw
Lov - ing Pow - er looked and saw, in-side the heart of

1.
?..

Yasi
life
'iue fires

tWrc
that
to

the Word,
un - der - stood,
us know.
let

was

mat - ter formea and broke


wor- shipper him with all
make
sure - ly
hstp would

Love
in

showed

una time-less source be-gan,


mas - ter plan,
be -came a
to burn,
of hil be - Ran

the curse
had,
he

us

age - less soul ,


be - came an
e - vil seed
the depths an
the world that dread-ful day that

sent

so He

filled

im - age

of

That

love had

sure

so

from

the

tel-li - gsnce
love pro -duced

Pow-ers

uoth - ing-ness.
then one day

fall

The

but

of

In

love could

man
be

was born and then


a per -feet man
His cho-sen Son

u - nl- verse,
the
the Mak-er's Word
and
all,
ly marin us

From
He

Cross

Na - ture reached her high - est goal


grew and

V some-thing stirred;
and all was good;
grow;
be-gan to

- u - fac-tured greed,
the on - ly way

and breathed the breath of


and changed the way of
of
lost
is
all
or

L.2.

A7

life.
Life,
Life,

ev-er-last - ing
ev-er-last - ing
ev-er-last - ing

13.

it

for

Life

Is

Bb

Life

Life.
Life

A.7

D
Life;

love,

3.

The

And So Goodbye My Love


Lyric

by

HAL DAVID

Musk by BURT BACHARACH

Moderately Slow

D7

Bm

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my

cry

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mum

loved and loat.

we have

loat,

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i
leaat we've loved.

Where Are You Going


139

My

hand

your

bold

Love

voice

Fm

RMt -

tt'a

Ev - 'rv-where

turn

eee

tacet

be

way

The

.You're

there.

I.J

you

ten -

nolle.

.Teanbs-gra to
_ I cant bear the

tag for

- y.
CHORUS

I'm

all

my

pais

and

ml* - ty
mla

Where are

my

to.

Em

you

Where are

right

Em

If

call

me.

lt'a al

go - lag

..

i wan-na

when

Will you come back

love?

ftav

me

.you're

Mr-

you

la

go - tag

.0

fill

now you're gone from me


me
please come back to

eyes

_ and kiss

Amll (Ped . D)

der-ly
-

liv

m.

Gm

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hair,,

have

all

log

to
the way it used
- butyou'renev- er

hand
hand In
your face

Bfr

C7

geth - er

to -

your

touch

ry

haxait

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Then we 11 walk

and

N
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my

to,

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the sun-

hear

love?

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Bm

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Wheraare

you

RED RIVER ROSE

131.
Word* and Munic by

Key of BKC-D)
Tune

TOMMIB CONNOR

TJk>

JOHNNIE HEINE

and

A D F|B

Martial style
A

Piano

March

Gm

me

to

long

ing

Wait

ROSE,

RIV- ER

RED

mv

ing

for

C7

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where the

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F7

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glows

be

em

brae -

ing

my

RED

yel-low moon

big

when

Soon

flows,

er

To Verte

ROSE.

1.

As

ROSE.

J.

The

(V.

march
bu
gave
wait

down
gles

me

trail

the

were
a

sound lock -

mo

the

for

my
with
ing when
et

that

ment when

to

the

she

was

curl

from her

side

though you

will

must
<%nA

girl

read bright
al -

go,
rh*#r.

al

111

well

My

west,

In -

And

a - gain,

meet

thoughts
smiled

She

good - bye,
ways wear,

kissed

side

fly

a-

but

was

a
her

at

there

ft

bv

way
knew

we

the

to

face

F7

B_

RIV- ER

YerM 2,3,4

To

11

soft- Iv

y
gold
ways

there

For

love
to

best,

en

hair,

"Take
And

when

re -

main,

There's

three

care,

whis

was

lone

sou -

moun

where the
dear" she

ve - nirs

tains
pered,

reach
"al -

ry

for

for

my

Bk

Edim

BV

My

love

Bi

brave
o -

I'd

C7

EV

prom-ised
and repen that

shed be
ber that
lock - et and

me

mem

faithI

ful

love

know sh*

and
*ou
you
v/as

trne.
to.
near.

F7

Ho.

"GEORGIA MOONLIGHT"

Words by

Music by
R. SCHMIDT

ROY THORNTON
and HAVEN GILLESPIE

ERWIN
Composer

Valse moderate

When

moon

the

low

Sweet and

seem

old,

who
mern-o

wall
rles

love,

re

dreaming

Old

call,

long
en scenes

cy

shad- ows soft

of

my

Old

the

land

Mem -Vies of
Croon- Ing It

go,

dies,

mel- o

le

fan

for

the long a

of

Dlx

a.slng-Ing

fold;

And

me,

for

iin

And In
my dreams; As the

un

to
of

songs

seems.

a - glow,
all
bear the breeze

Is

of "Carolina Sunahlna'
rrs

can

see,

The ones

ly

fall.

My

Souththat

em

Home,

love..

gold - en

CHORUS
In

my

o'er

dreams

the fields of

To

ing.

see

the Geor

white,

There's

there

be

gla moon a

where

yearn

ing

In

Shin

Ing,

shin

my

heart

seems

world

the

all

the birds a

ing

call

Un

me

sing

ing

the

in

the

Geor

wild

Back

seems,

it

der-neath

gla

to

Moon

And

wood,

bap-py

Ing thru the

am

bright;

^
hear

and

days

of

In

my

night.

pin

can

*
the rip pling streams,

child

Moon.

hood,

Evefyboijyfe 1001^

It

Kbw
By IRVING BERLIN

Moderato

Watch

them

throw their

about

D
Hon

dera

the

in

Snap

air,

ey,

de

dare,

It'a

gers,

D7

A7

fin

their

bear,

it'a

bear,

it's

There!

bear.

(Guitar tacet)
(Spoktn)

Ev - Vy - bo

do-

- dy's

Do

it,

in'

- in'

it,

do

in'

it,

Ev -Vy -

bo

- dy's

do

- in*

it

(Guitar taeet)

(Spoktn)

Hear that trom- bone

EV

'RY

BO

bust

DYS*

- in*

DO

IN*

part?

IT

Come, come, come, come

NOW.

let

us

NOW.

start,

MAGGIE FLYNN

Ha.

(From the Musical Production '.MAGGIE FLYNN*)

Brightly

Bee - oo-ti-ful Mag - gie Flynn!

dor - * - ble Mag

gie

you

Where'd

Flynn!

Am 7

<U

vll

ton-iah

yer

In

in*

Mag

eye?

gie

D7

a freck - led

A7

Mag

rocks

Think of

D7-9

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Flynn!

Ay

bloom

when

G7

face;

D7

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Sham

Flynn

ft

on

Ann 7

rac-u

Mee

Ay

a tempo

Up

w-chaun dressed

H3.

optional

,n

MR. CLOWN
fa

A New Musical

MAGGIE

"Hel -

lo!

MU

- ter

A7

Clown'

Mis

J
You're the

Clown,.

Gm6(Bl

G7

D7

J.

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great - est

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show

iJ
on

r
r

earth

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r
right

here

in

town!

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hun - dred

Am

ways

love

Mis - ter

clown;

Clown!

bw)

Don't let

us

down,.

E7(Gf bass)

mil - lion

B7

AIRPORT LOVE THEME


(From Ross Hunter's Production "AIRPORT"

A Universal

Picture)

ALFRED NEWMAN

Piano Solo

Slowly (with expression)


Cma]7
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TENNESSEE BIRD

WALK
Words and Made by

Moderately

JACK BLANCHARD

Take a- my.
How a -bout

the trot*,

one treat

so

birds all have


birds won't have

Take a -way.
Bow a -bout.

uum,

ground,
(round,

the
the

uura,

to

alt

up- on.

to

alt

up -on.

their wings,

some wings.

the
the

and
so

the
the

birds will have


birds won't have

take a - way
how a -bout

the bird baths,


a bird bath

and
or

Take a- way-.

How

birds
will
birds won't

have
have

a -bout.

dirt-y birds

two_

so

will soon be
the birds will

their feath-ers,

somefeath-ers__

ev
all

- 'ry - where,.

be

clean,.

and the birds will walk a


so their un-der-wear no

round in

long- er

can

derbe

take a -way-

their

how a-

tome

com - moo
com - a on

and

thy'U be
they won't
be

pring
prlng

Oh,

prlng la

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them

In

the

walk

and

air

- ing

south

-ward

the

In

bald

re -

mem-ber me

head-ed bird*

their

dlr-ty

head ad
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when

ling,

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2.

MARCHETA
(A Lore Song of Old Mexico)
Words and Musk by
VICTOR L. SCHERTZINGER
Voic.

Dreamily

che
che

back

- ta.
- ta.

sweet face

mus

che
che

of

your

last

ic

still

ech

been

in

all

days long

hear

still

ta,

In dreams

- ta.

a
a

your arms once


all
with love

to

spell

Mar
Mar

gain,

glow

call - ing

can

see

up

on

me,

oes

round

me

As

in

All

Come

go

feel

voice like

Since then,

vain,

you,

still

Your

kiss

you

me
your

the
soft

life

has

the

old

has

been

back,

come

tr

sad

ness

back, dear,

with
with

out

you

you

here

Mar
Mar

che
che

ta,

Each-

ta.

Then
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lone

joy

day

finds

me

life

once

more

ly

and

blue.,

My

poor heart

ful

will

be

The

world's drear

is

and

brok

en.

and

lone - ly

che
sun

ta"
shine

"Mar
"Mar

want you.

tun

- 1cm.

do

che
che

- ta".
-

ta".

Your

was

love

lived all

-lone,

She loved gin, and

loved rum,

In

JUG.

we

lit-tle log hut

called our own;

G7

tell you what, we'd

lots

of

fun.

CHORUS

Hs,

67

ha,

ha,

you and

me.

ha.

ha,

you

LIT-TLE BROWN

|UG don't

ad

me,

LIT- TLE BROWN JUG

love

G7

\i,

life's

to

wife and

Mar

Mar

',

THE LITTLE BROWN

My

need you

don't

love

2.

'Tis you who makes my friends my foes,


'Tis you who makes me wear old clothes
Here you are, so near my nose,
So tip her up, and down she goes.

3.

When-

I go toiling to my farm,
take LITTLE BROWN JUG, under my arm;
I place it under a shady tree,
LITTLE BROWN JUG, 'tis you and me.

4.

the folks in Adam's


Were gathered together in
Then I'd prepare to shed a
Before I'd part from you,
If all

race.
one place;
tear.
my dear.

thee.

JU

Honeymoon Time
Waltz Ballad

By WILLIAM

CAESAR
WEILL

F.

and IRVING

Moderately with much expression

How

We'll

be

REFRAIN

Hon

love

our
er will

all
-

fair
con

l*oy

of
and

land
stant

own.,
end..

Tenderly

ey-moon

Love's par

end -ing,

home
nev

cute lit - tie


hon - ey - moon

a
shine, In
dear, For air

all

tine, When you're


our
In
dear.

love
wood,

a
in
Far - a - way
And we'll al - ways be

time;
nest

ey moon
toy
lit -tie

hon

mine,
nest,

sun
good,

of that won - der -ful


in the
just like two babes

dream

time,

you, nev

-er

There

dise.

Spend -ing our

oorlit-tle nest,

Well

when our hearts are sweet -ly blend -ing,

hap

my oear,

more

ill

pi

In

we'll al-

be

est

our gar- den well dream

a-mong

hours

ways be

ro-ver;

In

do-ver,

tne

I'll

We'll pledge our

re-al

of love un.

flow'rs.

just

love

W.

till

to

this

/C7

on

life

earth

is

Swe.et- heart,

ver.

time.

Hon

in

>J

ey-moon

time.

Dreamland Brings MenMes Of You


Words and Mntic by

SRKIE KRDMAN and

CELIA TOMKINS
Moderate

mm

BP
Dreamt

to

When

the

\$

night

are

rwi

light

r
of

lore

Dreamt

know

CHORUS

fog

me,

Back

to

owa

fall,

feel

the

day*

of

at

tho'

you're

r
Day*

tak
thad

ii

that used
-will toon

be,

to
re

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live

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cheer.

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hap. py

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me

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left

teems,

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r
a

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go;

'neath brae skiet to

daysmen yon

dreamt, Ibn're with

dear,

yon,

fair,

me,

You laid yon loved me,

my

life

yon irould

Heart-bro-ken, lone-tome and blue,

Dream-land brings men&iet of

yon.

th&re,

Still

yon.

in

my

IC3
n

Sm*i

I'LL

d* M-G-M

Pkt*rt

"LOVE

ME OR LEAVE ME"

NEVER STOP LOVING YOU


Mmsie by

Lyric hj

NICHOLAS BRODSZKT

SAMMY CAHN

NEV

I'LL

Am

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er

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lire

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self

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for

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STOP

g^7

er

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time

we

meet

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pear

in

night

does

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ques- tion

why

the

should

stars

that

ap

ques- tion

the

stars

that

the

ap

So

skies,

pear

in

my

ILL

WIND

VorJi by

Music by

TED KOEHLER

HAROLD ARLEN
Btm

Sides are, oh,

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gray

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my

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ahame?

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Say "Yes"

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Words by

Music by

OTTO HARBACH

JEROME KERN

Moderato
(7\

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VOICE

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She

did - n't say "Yes;*


did -n't say "YesJ'

did

say

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knew she should

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then she

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say
say

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ly

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so

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sure

sat
be - side her there.
en sure that she'd be good.

some-thing a - woke and


be "en
rap
loved to

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knew he

word,
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one lit - tie
cud- died and pressed
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wild

did
did

side

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him

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pal

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part

she
she

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to

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first there

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leave
leave

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her

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to
to

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look

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heart.

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smiled in - side,,
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what did
what did

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beat-ing
bolt-ed

you,
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did just what you'd

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say "yes?
say "yes,"

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did -n't

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say

did -n't

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what did she do?

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made

was

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sleet and the storm Said"Bet-tcr be bold!"


bid - ed her time And clung to the wall.

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fraid

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well she knew 'twas on


yet she knewthere'dbe

there it was cold,


dread-ed to fall'

like two
bove her sweet love

Be-

They ver - y soon stood


For heav-en was near.

"no?
"no,"

did just what you'd do


did just what you'd do

too.
too.

A FOOL

ivf

ME

LIKE

Words and Music by

SIDTEPPER and
ROY C. BENNETT

Arr. by Marvin Kahn


and John Westmoreland

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A FOOL LIKE

Autumn

In

Rome

From the Film Indiscretion Of An American Wife"


By SAMMY CAHN and PAUL
(from

(j'/VMOukced:

Ahr -

WESTON

original toon by Altttandn Cuognini)

rk-rcA-d'Ar-cAi)

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Nice 'N' Easy

MARILYN KEITH

Tun* Dk

and

ALAN BBSGMAN

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11

SUNDAY IN NEW YORK

Lyric by

CARROLL COATES
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car

quaint

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van

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look

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the

in

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fu

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at

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my

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else

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tears.

er is true

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come back

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me some

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day

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whole

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thru,

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to

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y<>u

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dar-ling,

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days

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to you

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TEN CENTS A DANCE

Words by

Xtnieby

LORENZ HART

RICHARD ROPGERS

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throw.

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cents

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dance;

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me

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Under Tbe Apple Tree

(WTTH ANYONE ELSE BUT ME)


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AUTUMN SERENADE
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SAMMY GALLOP

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pause to re-call the

leaves seem to

fall like

HAVE YOU LOOKED INTO YOUR HEART


By

RAKDAZZO,

T.

B. WEINSTEDf and B.

BARBERIS

Moderately Slow

Am7

(facet)

Have you looked

In -to

Did you find a mem-o


ry
trace
Did you ev - er find a
All I
do is pray tor your

youri heart?
dreamt ?I

part

Gm7

take

heart?.

a look

Gm7

C7

E - ven though the flame has


E - ven though you say we're
and you will

C7

died
may - be there's a spark
the one
through, that I'm not
see,
may -be there's a place

Have you searched thru

Gm7

Akdim

all

Over and

side,
you,

me,

Have you looked


Have you looked
Have you looked

or two?
of

me?,

re-turn,.

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in - to
In - to
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your
your
your

yourg heart?.

Dm

A7

in for
for

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C7

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Dm

o-ver and o-ver and o -ver a - gain. Ev- er ilnce we've been

a-

THE LAMPLIGHTER'S SERENADE


Mmkiy

Lyric tj

HOAGY

PAUL FRANCIS WEBSTER.

bV

Odia

TfT

CAftitiCHAEL

rtl" T

Slowly

goes

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fly

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ten

nine - ty

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fTTTTl

mrn

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ter

dark

round

the park

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The

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walk

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An Old

In

(By

by

Lyric

Dutch Garden

An Old

Dutch Mill)

Music ky

WILL GROSZ

MACK GORDON
A.S.C. A. p.

Pp7

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lan

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pol

where the

sea

the

G7

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DEN

by

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moon was
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on

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hill.

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smile danced by,

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in

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of

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wood - en

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IN

AN

first

whis-pered that

OLD DUTCH GAR-DEN

love

by

an

old

you

Dutch

my

10

for

mill

ev - ry

heart

day

BBS

leav-en

in

pair

of

wood- en

shoes.

IN

was

bine

pray that you are

AN

till

shoes

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la

SOffANDO

English Lyric by

ARTHUR HERZOG
Tempo

J.

Jr.

HO

man - tic

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tkt,-

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CARLOS COBIAN

di Bolero (Moderate)

The moon - light

Music *nd Spanish Lyric by

me

mi *nsn-*rta

Tut

ta

ga -

Im

The sky seems so close

fran - tic
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The stars wink at me,.


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fw

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near suf-fo -

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WEARY
(OF

WAITING FOR YOU)


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GUS KAHN

by

Music

when played wUhPianl<TenorBaig\>,MaiidoU,


Guitar etc. play ehorde narked orer diagram)

EMERSON GILL and


RICHARD A. WHITING

Moderato

<K<-7>

<Cm7>

On

a
so

ly

Days

(BV7>

<c<-7>

<Kn>7>

kissed
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you

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week

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COMING BACK TO YOU

I'M

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Music by ARTHUR KENT

Arr. by Marvin. Kakn


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NED MILLER & CHESTER OOHN


a
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Sweetheart mine how well do
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to

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(WHEN THE PUSSYWILLOW WHISPERS TO THE CATNIP)

no

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THE WHISPER SONG


Pst! Pst! Pst!
Ukulele in D
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(C Tuning/ TT '
when played -with Piano. (Tenor Banjo, Mandola,
Guitar eto. play chords marked over diagrams.)

By CLIFF FRIEND

Moderate

He was a sim-ple coun-tfy lad


(G7)

(Ct-7) <G7)

And he loved her


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in the big-gest

must

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you soon

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gain to-night

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you

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whis-per

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all day
all night through

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(E7)

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and

so)

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heart

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whis-per-

love

fess

the

best

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the

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&
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High On

By JOAN WHITNEY
* ALEX KRAMER

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noon

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in

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stars

bright

are

with

ver

sil

light.

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hill

and

are

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r
to

lone

night.

CHORUS

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HIGH

ON

WIND

Gm

HILL

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Bb maj7

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feel

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to

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Fool That

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Noth -ing

but Rood - bye,

say

to

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G7

Lyrics and Music by


FLOYD HUNT
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use

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to

or

cry,

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Eb Baj7

w-,

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F7

FOOL THAT

Eb aaj7

AM

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fall-

for

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AM

B7

think-ing

for

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played the part

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MY

IF

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"SWEET CHARITY"

FRIENDS COULD SEE ME

NOW

Lyric by

abate by

DOROTHY FIELDS

CY COLEMAN

Strut

Tempo

C7

P 3
at

To-night

eight

you

lia

ou

sine!

chauf- four

pull

up

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i
rent- ad

should

in

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p=p

to

diet

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Mr neigh- bora burned!

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me

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me

now.
now.
now.

me

dol
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get-tin'

in

that
sry

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of

mine,

group,

lit

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with

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To -night
J

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hear
hear

like

pot

am

riff and raff

say

is

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if

of

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What
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fan - cy
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we

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at
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three kinds of
fur,
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All I can
say is
WOW
To think the high -est brow

the

fact

those thrift shop cats say:Brother, get her!


my
bud -dies say -ing: Craxy what gives?_

he

To-night I
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a
a

set
build
step

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act- ly

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which there's no

low- est brow.

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eat

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where

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which I must

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in'

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I'd like those stumble bums to see for a

top drawer, first rate


bed spread
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she's

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gang

go

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The

Green

Doer
By

Mid - night, one wore night vith-put sleep- in!L_


Knocked once, tried to tell 'e I'd been there.
Mid - night, one nore night with-out sleep-in'

till the aorn-ing coaes


hos- pi- tal- i - ty's
till the norn-ing comes

keep- in'?.

creep -in*.,
thin there,
creep -in'..

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Saw
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in

there,
keep- in'?.

green door,
green door.

laugh
a
laughed out

let

want

me
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lot_

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slanted.
Watch - in'

Green door,_vhat*s that se-cret you're


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Green door, -what's that se-cret you're

old pi- an- o apd they play it hot.


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find
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what's be-hind the


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green door.,
green door..

4- CODA

Green

door,

what's that se -cret you're keep-in'?__

Green door!

Afternoon

Lazy

The Golden Apple

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Music By JEROME UOROSS

Words By JOHN LATODCHE


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LARRY GROSSMAN

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way

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per-man-ent
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thing;

Tears,

from the

flay

So

you'll
I

pasa-lng
fling,,
blt-ter - oca*

un-der - atand,
hang my head.

Mar-

anne,_

Mar

C|7

And

Oh,

know

Wiah that

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are

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hap-pen that
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not a
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you

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dead.

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anne,__

War

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Wall

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The Syncopated

Clock

Moderatelv

There
He

you and
was a nan lite
had a clock that worked all

worked all

It

rij^it,

wan could ev- er

si*- pie as

as

we,

rij^hot ex-

be; and

act-ly quite

A7

a
king, _
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stead of RO-ing 'tick, tock, tick "

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the

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clock

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fi

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that

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wide

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tock

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say

A7
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thing*,

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why

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hear

the

syn-co

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ed

clock.

Mo

As Hccerdtd by SONNY JAMES on Capitol Rtcerit

DON'T KEEP
Moderately

ME HANGIN' ON

Words tod Music by

CAROLE SMITH
SONNY JAMES

In three

and
i

E5&

CSonil ffffl
I I II

* 1 '

DON'T KEEP

love-

is

DON'T KEEP ME

ME

DON'T KEEP ME

gone.

HANG

HANG

IN'

ON.

ON;.

HANG

'

IN'

ON.

let

me

go.

let

me

ALL FOR THE LOVE OF SUNSHINE


Mmkhf

Lyriaky

MKECUBB

LAIOSCIOntIN
Moderately

J.

m
1.

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f

Dm
(

way.

Sun

ahlne

win

tar,

The

my
asm

flow

ara

are

Sun - ahlne.

bright,

moon -

The

fall,

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day.

night

atar

9m

tt'a

he

light

mer

bean

cold,
out -

tt

ful

cold

amnea

mem

F|m

girl

with

know
world

my

In

all.

the

light,

_
_

bloom - lug
wftrm
up

oftn

aao
and

cleared
daya

all

2.
3 .(Through)

a
aim with

filled

heart
ahlne

waa

fear.

with

aa

A7

MJ

big
aeat
hate

as

the

from

a anch

and

Bm7

A9

A7

5
,

An

harm.

My

Chorus:
_

She'a

aky,
bove,

_
_

aun - ahlne and


that'a
an - gel
aun - ahlne can

know

why.

filled

with

love,

be

ao

warm.

_
D

For

All

on

'down

this

The

Love

or

And

mine,

of

life

Sun

ahlne,

me

sent

\
3.

i.:z.

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sua

ehIne.

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I

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_
2.
3.

Through

sun

shine.

'

THE UNICORN
Words aad Music by

8HEL SILVTRSTON

Cats and rata

and

- la-phants but

aura aa you're born,

The

lore -

- aat

U -nl-corn.
1.

But the Lord aeen aome slnnin' and It caused him pain.
Be aaya, "Stand back, Im gonna make K rain.
So hey. Brother Noah. Ill tell you what to do.
Go and build me a floating zoo."

CHORU8:
" And

you take two alligator* and a couple of geese.

Two hump back camel i and two cbimpaniees,


Two cats, two rata, two elepbanta.but aure aa
Noah, don't you forget my unlcorna."
3.

you're born,

there and be answered the callin',


And he finished up the ark as the rain tarted fallln'.
Then he marched In the animals two by two.
And he sung out aa they went through:

Now Noah waa

CHORUS:
"Key Lord, I got you two alligators and a couple of geese.
Two hump back camels and two chimpanzees.
Two cata, two rats, two elephants, but *ure as you're born,
LorJ, 1 Just don't see your unicorns."
4.

Well. Noah looked out through the drivln' rain,


But the unicorns was hldln' playln' silly games.
They were kickin' and a-splashin' while the rain
Oh them foolish unicorns.

was pour In*.

CHORUS: Repeat 2nd Chorus.


5.

Then the ducks started duckln' and the anakea started anakin'.
And the elephants started elephantin' and the boat started shakln'.
The mice started squeak In' and the lions started roarin',
And everyone's aboard but them unicorns.

CHORUS:
geese,
I mean the two alligators and a couple of
The hump back camels and the chimpanzees,
Noah cried, "Close the door 'cause the rain
And we Just can't wait for them unicorns."
.

ia pourin'.

And then the ark started movln' and it drifted with the
And the unicorns looked up from the rock and cried.
And the water came up and sort of floated them away.
That's why you've never aeen a unicorn to this day.

CHORUS:
YouH

tide.

see a lot of alligators and a whole mess of geese,


Youll see bump back camels and chimpanzees,
Youll see cats and rats and elephants but sure as you're born.
You're never gonna see no unicorn.

of

all

waa the

NEON RAINBOW
0

A7

1.

2.

Words and Music by

WAYNE CARSON THOMPSON

Ctt - y
Mov-lng

pret - ty lights,
flash -lag signs.

lights,
lights,

Bk

the peo - pie


Lead-ing peo - pie

They can
Blink- log

What they
You can

find
live

the

Ur
glow

with - out

plae - es
sug - ges - Hons

Smll-lng with
Leav-lng ao

J
- ras - es
dl

nights,
your mind,

iec - trie
fio - ca,
an - sMred Quea - tfoas.

and what they lose


and it don't have

- rec - tion

But in

the cold - est

- er thau

Bb

fast

go - ing
with

warm

day

the

if
glow
be

the
to

re - plac - es. I
per - fee - tton.J

ev-'ry- thing chang - es.

noth-ing re - mains

No-one

smiles

an - y - more,
D.

no -one will o

v.^,, /K

- pen hiB door

Repeat for fade

Rain -

bow,.

Gm

(Bp Bin)

Ne

on

Lyric 1 al Code

And then

un- til the night-time come 6.

fBB*J)

S.

Rain

bow,.

And

the

WE CAN FLY

*?7/

Words and Music by

BOB COWSILL
ARTIE KORNFELD
STEVE DUBOFP
BILL COWSILL
OmT

FmaJ7

See how the fluff


groov la - n't it

cicada,

J
y

la

move

by

a,.

day

dream,.

Btm

Qm7
FmaJ7

See how the


Doee-n't the

Ba

- by. it's

Noth-inR

to

mora -

lug

day__aeem

xnist_

can

likb_

it

hide
could

v_ I
blue-birds

run - ny
us
tie

ue

And bow
And mo

nev-er

can feel

come up

and.

so
to

the

day

ia

my

friend,

we're

When-you're be- aide.


WheiLyou're be- side _

sun - ny,
guide us,

To Coda

me,
me,

We Can
We Can

Fly..
Fly.

Oh.

we

can

FmaJ7

Fmaj7

Hey, Mis-ter Wind,, just

Gm7

there's no

keep-

sail

'

cur- tail- ing our

us

High in the eky_

lng,.

Bbm

So

fun;

Coda <{r

Take a look up

and

Gm7(sus4)

Fly,.

see what we've found.

Gm7

Hey

ev-'ry-one come on,

F FmaJ7

We Can

Fly.

Hey ev-'ry-one on

the

ground,

let's

flv.

you on the ground,..

QOT c4 $FEELINQ

I'VE
I've got a feel

Oh please

ing,

me

be -11eve

I've got a feel

feel

I'd

hate

ing deep in
to miss the

keeps

me

mat

ing

my

on

oh
oh
oh

side,
train,
toes,

yeah,

yeah_
yeah,

i
a feel - *
you leave
I've got a feel

I've got

oh yeah,
oh yeah,
oh yeah.

(yeah)

I've got a feel

Yeah,

ing,

And

yeah!

(I've

All these years I've

won-der-ing

how

come

no

bod

told

me

been

all

that

if

goi a

like

you..

ing)

wan-der-ing a- round

was look
x

some-bod-y who looked

(eel

-ing for

was

D.S.jlalCoda

From

the Twentieth Centurg

SUICIDE

Fox Motion FictMre"M*A*S*S"

IS

PAINLESS

Moderately (Folk-Oospcl Feeling)

Yis- ions

of

the

things, to

bo

A7

the pains that are_ with- held.

for

me

&

same thing

if

you

please.

Try

to find a -way to make


All our little joys relate
Without that ever present hate
But now I know that it's too late.
And , Chorus

The game of

life is hard to play,


going to lose it anyway,
The losing card I'll someday lay
So this is all I have to say,
That: Chorus
I

A brave man

4.

The only way to win, is oheat


And lay it down before I'm beat,
And to another give a seat
For that's the only painless feat.
'Cause; Chorus

6.

The sword of time will pierce our skins,


It doesn't

hurt when

Fori

once requested

Chorus

me

be or not to be
replied;"Oh, why ask me."
'Cause i Chorus

And

begins,

it

To answer questions that are key,


Is it to

it

works it's way on in,


The pain grows stronger, watch
But as

it

grin.

^77
Every Night
Words and Music by

paul McCartney

jiivuvi cbvwiy

YBRSK

'

I'

*v
TTj

Cn7

Sv -Vy nigtt
Kr-ry day

just want io

lean

on

go

of

out,- fet out

lamp -post,.Iin wast -rag-

bead,
time.

y
my

'

6m

Sr-'ry day

don't

Ev-Vy night 1

lay

f~~F

got up, -get out- of my


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.pil-lowt _Im

tJ J

n
1

Er-'ry

want to
I
morn-ing brings a

on

oo

oo,

through oo

oo

oo

oo,

Ml

NC.

-h

But to-night I just want to

LTJ

Ti

J J J J J J

and be_

stay in

rV^

Xv-'ry night

oo

J.

lj'

do

4ft

bod.

mind.

And ov-Vy day


I
'want to
And er-'ry night that day is

play out

new day

want to
on a

-with

yon,

And be with you.

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,

4 4

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1^

D.C. andfade on Chorus

C7

From

the Vnil*d ArUtU Motion Picture

THE SECRET OF SANTA

YITTORIA'

The Song Of Santa Vittoria


(Stay)
Un.

that

SUy..
Di

lb -

we may

see the
tuqj tin

mo - rt

that

Stay,

Edin

aim
c*

Mt,
TO.

D7

Am7

ten.

Di

Gaa)7

aay bold you


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near

me,

eit

lo.

ques-ti

Know.
CAe.

3*.

the soft-nees of your

mai piu

makes

pa

And

re,

Stay,

and share a

Che

mai piu

of love

life

mi fa- rai

tu

- ly what love
- - te del-l'am-

are on

rai..

ns,

mo

We.

eyes

las-ce

ci

qui

che

with

pray my
vo-glio

love will make


vi - ve-ree

you

mo

see.
- nr..

me..

tof - frir.

frir..

urn

Night
Qui

time

is

sei

tor

lone
-

na

ly

la

and day
nev- er seems
las-cias - ti
ta gran

Gm

to
cit

end

when

ta

Qui

you

are

tra

vi -

Cm7

When
Do

can

ve

tro

laugh - ter
tor - na ta

and
da

love,

hold
vas

you

the

ti

la

Em7-5

world
ve

is

ra

a mag-ic
fe - li - ci

place,
-

ta

Em7-5

face.

mor

For

me,

Gra

Sun
Dei

- shine

ri

and

there's no place for


you
zie m'kai ri - par - ta

shin-ing from your


aal tuo pri-moa-

Em7

A7

me

Fm6

D
(Ft baas)

but

my

arms

to il

mio

cuor.

coco
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sky.

cry:

to

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end of

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is

rake

hills;.

called

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trust and

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G7

Dm7/G

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to

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the

Dm7

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learn

But

your

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to,

maj7

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co.

co.

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on7

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(add 6)

sky;

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Em7

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- one

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MARTA
Rambling Rose Of The Wildwood

English Lyric by

L.WOLFE GILBERT
Ukr. Arr.

T.

By MOISES SIMONS

Arranged by

Kakana

ROSAMOND JOHNSON

Andante Moderato
Bi7
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mm

Mar

ramb-ling rose of the wild - wood


ca. pu - Ui- to de ro - sa

ta
ta

Mar

po

hood

watched you bloom In the wild


en

ta.
ta.

_with your fra-granoedi- vine


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child -

Mar

Mar

tu ca

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bud

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wood and

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ali-bar

sa

Bl.7

s
Mar

now your eyes beam

ta

Mar

en tus

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spark
bri

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when
en

at

rax pu

twi
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light.

ran

'

r
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each dew-drop at dawn.
u-na au - ro-ra do a- mnr _

Mar
Mar

like

look for your


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love -

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light.
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with a sigh.
can -dor.
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find
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gone.

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it

Warner

Music by

LEONARD ROSE NM AN

Bros. Picture

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Words by

Music by

HARRY WILLIAMS
Medium Slow

ART HICKMAN

Chorus, Slowly

D7

A9

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In

sua

jny

1^-3
Rose

Jij>

land,

Where

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all the ros

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D7

lane

while the

ing\_

where sum-mer breex-es

the

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ing,

Gnj7

mead-ow brook

are

play

are

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sway

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flows

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Gmaj7

shin

is

trig-

more than ev-er

de

sign

For

Cmaj 7

tis

ev

vi then

to be sweet-ly

re

clin

ing-,

Some -where

Ek7

in

AS

Rose

land,

2i3
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"Hush - a- bye, Ma Baby".

THE MISSOURI WALTZ

Lyric by

J.R.SHANNON

Dreamily

i^rr j
Hush

FREDERIC KNIGHT LDGAN

SQKQ

(ASCAP)

C
j\

jii

a-bye,

ma

Jba

nil

jm

J- J)

J..

by, slum-ber-time

com-in'

is

Ji

yo'headup-

Rest

soon;

Ji

Bk

my breast while Mora- my hums a

on

The sand-man

tune;

is

call

in'

where

G'

4' ]

Jj

shad-ows are

fall -

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down

in

KiM~

Ji

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in*,

While the softbreez-es

Al
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was

sigh

where

tie

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my

on

child

days longgone by

as in

Jyjif J-

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art

GIVE ME THE SIMPLE LIFE


Muic by

Lyic by

RUBE BLOOM

HARRY RU8Y
Moderate*
Refrain Jthyikmvcally.but o</*t

Cm

BH

Fm7

be-lievc

dont

Liv-ing

in

find

is

and griev best when your mind

in'

tin'

fret

is

Why mess
keen

round with
carv - ing

as

07

Cm

f 7

strife

I'm

knife

ncveta -

nag
"
mi]
B^9

er

was

zy

find
lore

me
airr.

it

to

out

cut

and strut out,

step

to

with- out sleep,

bout sleep, can't- do

pleas
whit

to
to

ant

din

tie

and

ma -toes

aivl

wor-ry,

has

play a

house
like

my

or

tie

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that

m
with

rings

scram -bled

lit

tie

mashed po-ta-toes,
-

Those things
tune_ on

on pheas-ant

ing

joy
eggs

hur-ry,

GIVE ME THE SIM PLE


GIVE ME THE S1M-PLE

GIVE
GIVE

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be

^i
thrill

r?ad
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Cm 7

w,th.

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ten cent

knife

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Just

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LIFE

y
j,

py

But_ yes
would make

don't

Fm7

And

the

Served by

ones you love


some -qne that

G7
the low
who's will

in

serve

F9

road, Fre*_ from


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be

B'7

Km 7

in

Cm

deed-y!

me hap

py!

si3e7_

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love,

Life.

07 Et7

Cm

the care and suZk^==^ Sounds coa


farm-er's wife
K^ds calf

El-

fife,_

Aim

Some

LIFE!
LIFE!

3p

and laugh- ter


and ba - con

'tt-^
one

'

ME THE SIM-PLE
ME THE SIM PLE

Etmaj7

J!m
could

roll

Fro

GIVE ME THE SIM-PLE LIFF'


GIVE ME THE SIM-PLE LIFE!

AND SWEET

"SOFT LIGHTS

MUSIC"
By IRVING BERLIN

f 7

CHORUS

D7

f)

Soft

and

lights

mu

sweet

G7

n
my

in _

arms,.
SJL

Fdim

g
J

m
f
-

6er to

arms.

SI

Cdim

C7

PI

Soft lights and sweet znel

clo

And

xr

sic,

Fdim

you

Will bring you

dy,

Fdim

m P

F7
ur.

=p
me;

Cho

arms.

pin.

and

f<*rtod h BOBBY SHERMAN o. Mrtrvmrtti


Racordt

Little

Hey. Lit- tie Worn

000

an, please

Woman

make up your mind;youVegot

leave your

World _

be- hind.

Come on

that

cloud.

girl,_

with

me

What

you

see

and

leave your

world.

feel

when you 're

Flm

in

the rail..

Some-thing

I'm not thie?

help

it

how

it

much I
come

my

Is

that you're
is

want to say
in

to

my

al

my

in

to

you
world

ooo

000

When you 're


do

world and

nowl Na

_0

come down from

my

in - to

M
o

come

to

hap-pensthat

I
can't ex - plain
pic -ture hang- ing in your mind,

ways chas - ing


worid, girl, you're

and
and

there's so
leave your

rain

tie

be

lit

hind

sun shine
e -ven when I'm stand -ing
wali-Ing down a bus - y street and
E
A

when I hear your name, But you cant


walk- ing with you there?
That's

bows

in

your

mind.

me

all

the

time.

with

world

be

Why

There's

so

don't

you

time,
-

'hind?

M7

LOVE SO PINE

Lyrics by

Music by

TONY ASHER

ROGER NICHOLS
Bossa Nova tempo

(Bossa Nova tempo)

stay
true

Dm7

Bb

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know

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want-ad

feel

that

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me

YOU

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COMING HOME
Lyric and Music by

LES REED and BARRY MASON


Moderate

Fm7(Ekbaaa)

I'm

com

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to your lov
and for-get

need
need

I
I

Fm7(Bb

must
like

way and broke a-part

once threw a

fal-ling round me

in'

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want

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chance

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you.

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heart,

your pride

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world ia

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you.

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get back
a fool

you some - bow


aid good - bye

to
I

So.

Now

am com -ing home


am com - ing home

to

you.
you.

till
till

com

- Ing

home

to

you

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Come Dance With Me


Music by

Words by

DICK LEIBERT

GEORGE BLAKE

DmT

Voice
The

light*

may

the

low but

be

Dm7

night is

COME DANCE

flame,-

WITH

flame starts to

The

ME!

Guitar,
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grow, as yon

nlml

float

name,

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whis-per

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COME DANCE WITH MEI.


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to

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go

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thrill

wine;

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mu-sic

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it's

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29/
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at

Qn7

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Luna Rossa

(Blushing Moon)

Words by

KESMIT GOELL
fiakaa Lyrie by
Y.

JM CRESCESXO
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Refrain

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to
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of

Jo

te,

red,

do

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IM,

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ri -

me

tell-ing

to

lie

tponiu/'Sfo-wuh

aa

sky

of

eiat-fitt - Uji

night,

In

man -do

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blush - log moon, you

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fe,

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sta

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J'J_Ji|l

know

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aciu

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ai

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Jul.

for

the thrill

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no.'ll

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night,

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ROS-SA,

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to

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WE COULD
By FELICE BRYANT

CHORUS

INTRO.

find

the

Dm7

U7

WE

CotLD you and

true love bring?

that

Joy

and

girl

boy,

If

an

WE

Cmaj7

one could

COULD,

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an

If

I.

one could

ev

er

*Ky

theirtruelove was here

to

WE

stay,

WEC0ULD,you and

COULD,

When

you're in

arms

my

Fldim

Jl

p
just as

long

as

'

I'm with you, I'm

know you're hap- py

hap-py

an

to

G7 Dm7 G7

where

I.

C7

G7

Fdim

be

And

there

Cnuj7

If

an

one

Ffdim

pray each night

WE

Could, you

to

and

thank the

Lord

'cause

all

is

rijrht,_

that

WE

COULD,

could

Tke

TWm from

THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE BROTHERS GRIMM


A toorg* Pel ProdmcUm Pr-mf* by Httro-GoUmym-Miyr
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mmd

a~r*m.

By

BOB MFfWn.f.

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The Seventh Dawn
From

Lyric by

the

motion picture**!** 8 math Dnra"

Music by

PAUL FRANCIS WEBSTER

RIZ OKTOLANI

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ter,

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ber

me

kissed

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breaks

spring

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through

gain:

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when nights

Gm7

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mist

comes

star

find

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111

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just

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be

hind

you!

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*y

love

wiB

I'll

tu

re -

The

you!.

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you,

tho

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AT

shin -

Gil

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y.

C7

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4
you

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I'll

G-

THE GIFT OF LOVE

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warm

and

won
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der-fol,

dr-fnl

and

wise.

THE

Red Head
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pal

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be

HEAD,

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I'll

tell

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Cjjm

my

RED

world

the

call

y lom

RED

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-when you

HEAD.

lit tie

her

in - to

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ing.

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that

she's

mj

day

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she'll

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best

lores

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IF
SI

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cm

SB
Refrain

YOD GO ,.
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IF

mh

Si

if

want me no
par -tail four torn

that you
tu

you love

me no

in Iris-eis noire a

jour,

more,
mour,

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more,
-

jours,

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know_

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mi

day turn In - to

night, Night without

osit-eaux daut leu'rs uidt

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uu

jours

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if

you leave

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stars

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J>lus,.

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me

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rrn

'stars.

dus. _

lone,
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know.

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Si

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fait sans re

own,

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tour.

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place the Spring Jhe


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BOOMPS -A - DAISY
Tempo

Written

di Valeta

Composed by

fend

ANNETTE MILLS

Chorus ^fe

knees

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_ and

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bends

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BOOMPS

DAI

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like

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DAI

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be

dont

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la

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make

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par

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ee

to

your

part-ner

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hands

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then

anD

bow,

it co

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BOOMPS

and

C7

II

wow.

wow.

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Refrain

IN

YOUR HEART

SOME-WHERE

IN

YOUR HEART,

try

to

for

.t

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lit - tie

cor

I'

wont can when

mean

to

much

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me

you

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to

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er

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skies

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see your face

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me,
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eu Uk

your

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if

dl Valie

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all.

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are_ reached a-long iU way

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known quite well by

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West-em ter-ml

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called the
the
of

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na-tion
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night

roll

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hear the

bell

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tie

all.

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aafe-ty

on the

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is

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Am

Chorus

1. Feel-in'

good,

S.(FeeMn')

loose.

great
down,

Just
Just

helps
love

Once
In

to

you

let

for ev-

you
your

Feel-la*
Feel-in'

be
be

to
to

know,

'ry - one.

pack
hands

it

Is

Feel -

Feel-

fine.

Feel-in*

oool.

Ev-en

"Feel

in' like

in'.

Feel-tax'

lost,

in*.

Feel-In'

rain.

You're a - live,
Feels so good.

be

glad

thank

Cod

broth-er,.
broth-er,.

a - way.
your fate.

time,

broth-er, There's no
love,
Just
broth-er.

aU

groov

so

let

take

live.

time,

fool.

Ain't ft

Up or

low,
sun,

Feel-in'
Feel-in'

Feel- In'
Feel-In"

Feel - in'.,

you're
you're

You

the

Feel-

in'..

buy one more


be - fore it's too

can't

But

your feel your share,

ings
but

day.
late,

a - cross
sure that

roll

make

your
you

Am

Feel-in'
Feel-in'

mind.,
give..

breath.
great,

Touch a

leaf.

Just

loved.

good.

Start
to

be

Feel-in'
Feel-in'

Feel -

la',

warm. Feel
fine,

It

all

be - fore you're gone.

Take a

time.

Ain't it

Feel-in* groov- y

all

the

X. Feel-in'

Feel -

la'

Joy
MILLIE" - A Onrrersal
(From Ron Hunter's "THOROUGHLY MODERN

Picture)

SONG
THE JEWISH WEDDING
Chatm"
Trinkt Le

Words MKtMjislc oy
SYLVIA NEUFELD

8U lohu-MM

Trinkt lech.- lml


Drink le cha- lm

on

klec

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mor-im
ev'-ry

for

mach

far di

om

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aglex-ile vine.

feaat-lnghaa be-gun.

Drink lecha-lm

Dm

SfapMlt

mit

Trinkt le cha-lm

ttdawed-<iiiig night.

and

young

each

Lamar

tan - tcan

ton
old

fray-llch sol mens*ln-ay ay

ay

dl soe-ac kah - le.


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and grand-ma'equi-et grace

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bay
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proud

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wish them max -el -tor I

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wish them max-l-toir I

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Nights

Starry

Days,

Sunny

Bb

Bb

P
SDN - HY
Ke
lm

po

those
mm

sky.
ni.

Sun - ny
po
ho

They sake
lm
ke

days,

ku _

Bb

na

lm

in

no

ni

mi

mi

-nights,.,

love, love you

a ail -lion
nei mm

km

ku

po

wea -ther

What

liy - in'.

giv
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What wea - ther for


la hau
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Ke

lov - in'
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love.,

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ni

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ma.

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ni

wea -ther for


ku
lo ha

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lights..
mu.

tacet

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ways.

iu

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won - der -ful


na
lu

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lm

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STAR - RY

DAYS,

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heart
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a

way

to

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ia

a'

ni

na

po

lm

you
no

in

a
km

those

sky
ni_

Sun - ny

nights,.

love
mi

that

ho

ma

They
Ke

days.
ku.

ail - lion
ma
nei

won-der - ful lights..


na
au._
iu

ways.
mu.

sake
lm

SON - NY
lm
Ke

ae
ni

ways.
mu. -

love,

nm

Star- ry
ia
fa

love,

ni

3cf
Wolverton Mountain
Moderately
1. Tbey

2. All
S. I'm

dont

ay
of
go

my
tag

Gm?

on

ir

dream*

on

look

daugh
lone

>

Wol-vtr

ton

Mount- tin

If

ton

ton

Mount -tin
Mount -ain

tag

for

tcr

for

my

here

be

down

tome

on

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Wol -ver

your*

want

hi*

too

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ton

wife
wife

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fll

take

my

low

It'a

ju*t

not

Clif

Gm7

han

dy

Clow

with
he

era

who

one

Chorus

may

gun

and

take_

ray
her

love*.

knife
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F.

If

atrang-er

2.AU

of

iln

go

5.

my
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ing

3/o

Don't Let

The Rain

Fall

Down On Me

3//

NOW I KNOW
Word* by

STANLEY JAY GELBER (ASCAP)


SCOTT ENGLISH (BIO)

Music by

JAMES LAST

Gm

BV

F7

Cat

mm

NOW

KNOW

why I've been

lone

mm
KNOW

on

need -ed you

ly..

Dm

pk

was

ly,.

NOW

Dm

Till you

NOW

KNOW

J
i

Lov

more

you

ing

nev

er

KNOW.

fore.

Ait thanks to

you

F7

El

Bt>7

m
All

so..

be

All

Cm7

G7

up a

ing.

liv

has made it

knew

stars

work! filled with love..

worth

16

life

F7

me

gave

'P'r

in the

lost.

fore.

thin,

But thanks

and

^ dar- ling, NOW

more

1.

KNOW

nev

and

dar-ling.NOW

you.

to

this.

er

knew

WINTER WORLD OF LOVE


Words and Music by
LES REED and

BARRY MASON

Moderate

My

1.

the days are


the night* are

love,

cause.

So

me

let

take your hand and

We'll have the time to

'

say such

lead you through a snow-white land


ten -der things be- fore each day

Qh,
Oh,

cold-er,.
lonr-er

oh.
oh,

oh,
oh.

a- way this win- ter night


prom-ise me we'll nev-er part

while

the year

is

when love

is

oh,

oh.

oh,

no.

love

kiss

be

I'll

is

dies.
be-fbre It
so glad to have you near,

in

see the (ire -light in your eyes.


ev- 'ry year_
at the end of

And

me now

warm -er

De

rem

mer comes

-'

long.

We'll find

My

ber,

win- ter world of

dar-ling stay here in

love

my arms

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'till

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Respectfully dedicated to the memory o] .Charles

When

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By IRVING BERLIN
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know

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mind

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I'll al-ways love you so!.

2001

SPACE ODYSSEY THEME

(.From The Tone

Poem "ALSO SPRACII Y.ARA IIILSTRA")

Arranged by

By
.RICHARD STRAUSS

HARRY DEXTER

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YOU A SONG
By

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can
and (lad a

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of -fer you..
lit - tie girl,

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your eyes.
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nave to five..
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are

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turned to and,
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I'll take you
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my world,

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come with me,.


by

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how

to

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live.,

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brand new day.

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I'll

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sing you

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rain -bow
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show you
a

We'll find

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skies.

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words,
eyes..

own.

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long.

I'll

sing you
sing you

look

in

Half Your Heart

32b

By HAL BLAIR

LOU DUHIG

and

VOICE

Heart

Your

Half

Some
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else

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it

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still

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more

me

will

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mem-o

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to

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old

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un - til

you

de

12.

than HALF

an

F7

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on

F7

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heart's hold-ing

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HAWAII
(MAIN TITLE)
(From

the United Artists Motion Picture,

"HAWAII")

Music by

Lyric by

ELMER BERNSTEIN

MACK DAVID

ways

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kind

to

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31
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roSfe*

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no

proof

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bit

tion
tion

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if

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your

heart ,
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day
day

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ran

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re

sa

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care

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sa.

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an

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if

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32L

YOUR SONG

Words tnd Music by

ELTON JOHN and


BERNIE TAUPIN

Ma

Ol

Y
a

lit

If

It's

1.

2.
4.

fun-nj
was aacuIp-tor_

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of

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of

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who

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Bb

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don't have much mon-ey,

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buy

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gift

it's

my song

peo-plelike you,
the
sweet - est
are

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keep

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it

did,,

can
do.
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song,
real - ly
mean,.

live,

turned

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tell

ev - 'ry-bod

ful

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life

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that

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while

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the

world

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you're. In

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to

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show,

quite
they're

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what

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aide,,

eyes-

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won - der -

ly
lin'

Cm

best

one 's for you

ev-er

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grean or

we both-could

that

Ab

me

got

while

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this
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and

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moss,,

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where

a big house
is

side,.
no,

Ab

boy.

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much
not
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the
thing
know

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can

tloos_ in a
vers - es, well they've
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they're

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but

those

who makes po

feel - lng In

but

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man

this

and klckedjoff the

sat on the roof


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CmAl

that I

put- down

ln_ words.

How

Rtconltd By UNION

CAP Om CoUmbia lUcordt

YOUNG GIRL

Word* mad

If

ode by

JKRRY FULLER

You led

youth,
pulse,
are.

give
lone

change

out

lovewith me.,
rov inind

of

come on

hurts to
is
look

Tm

fraid we'll

and now

me

that

'cause

it

be-Here

to

know

that It
here be -fore

line.

Pet-ter

run.

you're
la

the

truth.,

your

eyes..

go

too

far_

my

girl

you're much too

young,

old

e-nough

wrong

to be

girl.

.Oh,.
-Oh..

love for you

to

have the time

in

know

Young

Oh..

way

me

And though you


of
Get out

to

32

WHEN

I'M

SIXTY FOUR

Words & Music by

JOHN LENNON ft
paul McCartney
Medium tempo

When*I

get

could be
Send me a
I

ma

stat -

va

ing

- len

fire

mean

to

If
I'd been
do- ing
the
Give uie your

four

er
los-ing
mend-lng
dy
card drop me

post

you

years

from

now

will

lights
point

have

gone,
view.

you can knit

- ny

when your

old

hand

of

in

tine,

birth -

side.
ay.-

Sun yours

day
day

greet - ings
morn - ings,

sin

cere - ly

out,

till

gar

den

ouar-ter to
dig - ging the

an

swer

fill

(facet 1st)
2nd.

in

Who

weeds,
form

can rent

bot- tie
go for

would you

three _

sum-merwe

di-cate

wMt-ine

Mine

1st.

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still

my
a

hair,
fuse,

line

be send-lng me
sweat-er by
pre-cise-ly what

you

wine,

of

a
a

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the

ride,
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way

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ask

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of

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save

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scrimp and

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<DIG c4 fPONY
Words and Music by

JOHN LENNON & PAUL McCARTNEY


Moderately

Well you can


Well you can
Well you can

eel - e - Urate _
ra - dl - ate
In - di - cate

an - y
ev -*ry
ev -'ry

eel - e - brate_
ra - dl - ate
in - dl - cate

thing
thing
thing

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ev

y -thing you
you
ev -'ry-thing you
-'ry -thing

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are.
you
see.
you

want,
are,
see,

yea, you can


yes, you can
yes, you can

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pen-e
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syn-di

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cate

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tm

syn-di - cate

an - y
ev-'ry
an

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it

place
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one
boat

to.

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an - y boat you

yes, you can


yes, you can
yes, you can

go.

know,
row.

you go.
you know.
you row.

Be

cause.

told you

so:

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Hot As Sun
By

paul McCartney

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c4CROSS THE UNIVERSE


Words and Music by

JOHN LENNON & PAUL McCARTNEY


Slowly

out

fly - lng

Words arc

Fm7

sess-lng and
'

Noth-ing's

ca-ress-lng

Om

me

Noth-ing's gon-na change

gon-na change my world _

my

world

my

world.

Ab
Bl>7

Noth-ing's gon-na change

me

world.

ken

be

dance

which

light

on_ a- cross,

on and

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ing's gon-na change

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of

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cross_
till

fade

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A WHITER SHADE OF
Words

fit

Music by

KEITH REED 6

GARY BROOKE R

Dm

Em

G7

And turned cartwheels cross the


plain to
And the truth is

skipped the Kght fan - dango


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see",

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out

for

let

her

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sea -sick

kind of

Em

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feeling

wandered through my playing cards

F
The room was humming
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and

love you

Wont* and Music


by BOB CREWE
and BOB GAUDfO

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Chores, Moderately

Bel-

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by,

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ma hon-

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and

SONNY BOY

Wr* mmd Rksk by AL JOLSON, B. C. DE SYLVA, LEW BROWN mmi RAY HENDERSON

S S

tyoiCE

Climb up - on my
YouYe mydear-est

kne.r.
prize,

Boy;
Boy;

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Son-ny

i i
rrn

rrn

of show - ing
Therefe no way
One thing makes you dear- er:

You ** no way of
1

Boy
Boy

*w- are on - ly three, Son-ny


Sent from out the skies, Son-ny

Lm

"What you mean to me, Sbn-ny


You've your mothers eyes, Son-ny

me

know-ing

hold you near

er

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Boy.

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Refrain

When

there are

gray

skies.

don

mind

gray

th<:

skies,

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mak< them

You

blue

Son

ny

Friends

boy

may

for-

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through, Son - ny

You're

boy.

sent from Heav- en

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know your

worth;

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ma

heav- en

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aFTTl

me

you

Prom-ise

.,

on

right here

earth!

won't

When

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dear,

stray,

lone -

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ly,

old and
gels grew

fin

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love you
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dear,
-

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so,

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Son - ny

too,

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OB-LA-D, OB-LA-CA

By

JOHN LENNON and

Tempo

Bright

paul McCartney

a
Des- mond had
Dea-nondtakea a
e- ver
Hap - py

bar -row

In

trol - ley
af - ter

to
In

the
the
the

mar- ket
Jewel- ler's
mar- ket

place.
store.
place.

Mol

ly

buys.

a twen- ty

mond

Des

is

the

lets

the

girl

el

r
sing

ca

er

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child -ren

In

gold lend

a
en
a

band,
ring,

hand.

Des
Take 6
Mol

mond says

to

it

back

to

ly

stays

at

ir

Mol- ly
Mol - ly
home and

wait - Ing

does

her

life

hra

foes on.

how

the

r
In

built

with

home

cou-ple of

sweet

kids

a cou -pie of

life

they

have

Des- mood and

Mol

years'

home.

run- ning

in

the

of

yard.

Coda

ly

Jones..

and

if

you

on._

coes

want some fun

take

ob-la-di-bla

da.

THE KINGSTON TRIO

Recorded By

NORWEGIAN WOOD

3te

(This Bird Hit Flown)

Words and Music by

Slowly

JOHN LENNON and


paul McCartney

once. had

or

girl,

sbowed.me her room,

She

should

say

be once had me;

good

Nor- we-giau wood.

is - n't

it

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P
asked
told

me
me

to
stay and
she worked in

she
the

p
I

told

looked
her

did

told

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me

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p
to
sit
an .- y - where,
and start - ed
td laugh,

morn- log

^^

no - ticed there was - n't


to
and crawled off
sleep in

round and

n't

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I

chair,

the

bath.

To Cutla

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So

sat

on

when

talked un
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two

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(ire,

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<$>

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my

was

time,
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lone,

then she

said

n't

Coda

it

good

drink-lng her wine,


this bird had flown,

'It's

time

Nor -we

(orbed."
Wood.

- gian

J3

TICKET TO RIDE
Worda and Muaic by

JOHN LENNON and


paul McCartney

Moderator

don't know why she's rid -ing

so

She ought to

b j

high

m
she ought to

think r^ht,

do

by

right

Be-

me.

fore, she

gets

to

say

ing

good- bye,

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She ought to

My

ba -by don't

care.

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think right,

> >

she ought to

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J'

do right

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by me.

ba -by don't

3. sTw:

3ft

WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS* Mute


Words

bj

JOHN IXHNON ft

you

_tf i MM__oat of tone _wouldyou


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to, " f
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do
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What

I
at lrt light yea I'm oer
low
In
Would you be-lleve

atand":

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Lend me your ear a


time.

How do I feel(What do you eee.

and I'll sing


end the
. by
when you turn

to

t2n that It

J0* *
1

the
rout the
of

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be
hap -pen* all the

maa*
day
light?)

andl'll

(areyou
1

try_
~a
aad-

can't tell-

with a

llt-tle

help

from

my

friends

A" 6

with a

lit

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help

from

ay

frlcada

Irma La Douce

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Abmaj7

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use

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of

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feel - ing

den

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ly

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my

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build

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dream world

it's

cyn

my

self

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love

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JOHNNY MERCER

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It

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The Hard

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PAUL
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Why
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it
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burned the

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hid
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to

eat?

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MY MOTH -

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it.

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fear-

in'

out

hi*

teat.

T.
T.
T.

3si
worusb,

Stephen Sondheim and Leonaru Bernstein

and

pret-ty

wit-ty

frQm Wegt

and

El

that

hard

Muic by
Leonard Bernstein
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g.^ g tory

bright!.

Dm7

piet-ty

Feel Pretty

ly

can be-lleve

ii

See the pret-ty

girl

in

that
tit

mir

ror

there

Who

can that

at

trac - tire
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arse.

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face, such a

/!_
dress, such a

-C7

pret-ty

smile, such a

PC*
I

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run-ning
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pret-ty

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me'

feel

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pret-ty

rlrl

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stun-ning
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dancing
G)n7

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tranc-in^_

for

joy

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all

long

like

Just

the world's

all

like

kid

who

can

found

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store.

dime,

good

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its

tho'

it's

for

tn tor

so

me.

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by

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jfo

and

n's

But

tock,

sweet be -

been there

all

like

fore,

the

time,

to

be

g0od

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Moderato
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a

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gered wrong
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c

me,

of

spite

fig
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know what makes me

Good To Be

bt

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la- J ah

that Ia
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out,

ay

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the Musical

From

It's

'The Music Man"


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Whit -.per

8A
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Words by

OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN 2nd


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3SL

RICHARD RODGERS

by

OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN

2nd

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re - mote,

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C7

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Around The World


Music by

Words by

VICTOR YOUNG

HAROLD ADAMSON
C

where,

world
the
Cfdim

round

some- how.

some -time,

Down,

more
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in

in

York,

go

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me.

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trav

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world,

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GEORGE CAMPBELL
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night
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And

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my

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have

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walls

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walk

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wine's

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for

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glow
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for

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you
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to

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in

the

steps

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flow
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hall

for

per

your

name,

left

me

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knock

on

stay.
door.

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rn

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From the 20th Century-Fox Film "The

THEME FROM "THE PROUD ONES


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to

to

be

Yes,

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free

to

lire

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cry, the

there can be no

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Proud to be

the

Will show the way tor you

proud ones

and

me.

be

WHERE ARE YOU?

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